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Plot: In Baltimore, the troublemaker and street dancer Tyler Gage lives with his foster parents in a lower class neighborhood. His best friends are Mac Carter and his little brother Skinny Carter and they used to hang around together, going to parties and stealing cars. After being expelled from a party,… Runtime: 104 min Release Date: 11 Aug 2006
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This movie couldn't make me feel better. The actors brought it alive, and it was good overall. The songs made me feel like I was in the movie. It must've been really fun to make this and then watch your progress at the end. I've never taken dance or anything, but watching this movie inspired me. I'd love to take that kind of dance. It's modern ballet right? Well anyways, if you haven't seen this yet, you should. It'll bring you alive. I was just talking about seeing it before but now.. I wanna try it. It seems like you can make anything happen with a friend by your <more>
side and somebody to guide you through. Oh and by the way, I give props to the actors. They were greatt.
if we extremely want something, we can get it.. (by iewuxis)
it's a really good and educational movie.. it shows that if we want something really, really much, we need to chase our dreams.. sometimes it's hard, but without effort, we can't manage anything.. Tyler Channing Tatum is guy who doesn't get through with all started things.. so he gets 200 hours community service in Maryland school of the Art, which changes his opinions bout the lift.. it's not only school's sway, it's also pretty dance partner Nora Jenna Dewan which helps Tyler to understand what he wants to get of his life.. and now he's fighting for <more>
something for the first time in his life.. moreover, he starts appreciate the values of this life.. it's not another teen movie with some stupid jokes, all time parties and drinking.. in my view, it's more serious than we imagine, because there a lot of people in whole world who don't have patience to get from their lives all that they want.. in general, it doesn't depend on your family's incoming.. if you want to realize your dreams, you go ahead and make them real..
Okay, so i'm a huge Channing Tatum fan, and this movie just set him above... i thought that this movie was fantastic, it had awesome music to it that kept my headin moving/nodding the music constantly, with the mixing of hip hop with some violins added, making it a truly unique sound that is definitely a beat that makes you wanna dance. and it wasn't a SAPPY love story either. Its about hardships and coming through on top...something that many people don't thin can happen. Though it is more or less a chick flick, i honestly think that some guys would really enjoy this movie. Its <more>
got some awesome dancing and Channing really surprised me with his dance moves. All in all, this was a fantastic movie that i really can't wait to see again!!
people keep talking about how awful "step up" was, or how it was such a waste of money. but now here are my two cents. it was, in fact, a good movie. the dancing was FABULOUS, and even though the acting could have improved, this movie was nothing short of amazing. the music was catchy and hot, and there was just enough romance in it to make it cute but not gross or sleazy. it had literally EVERYTHING you could ask for in a movie: romance, drama, comedy, and it was even slightly scary at some parts, too. Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan did a great job. their dancing, along with <more>
everyone else's, was phenomenal. when i left the movie, i was actually inspired to be a dancer even though i never will be. the main reason people are turning down this movie is because of the acting. sure, the acting could have been better, but this movie was focusing on the DANCING. obviously you have to be a good actor to be in a movie, but the dancing was the main focus of this film. and i personally think the dancing was great. i couldn't ask for it to be better. this movie is definitely worth seeing, whether you're into hip-hop or not.
STEP UP to a magical film of dance, diversity, rhythm and blues (by screenwriter-14)
What a wonderful surprise to find such a terrific film of dance and music in STEP UP and the actors/dancers were out of this world. Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are magic on the screen and the music is sensational. My friend, Alia, from UCLA, had raved about this film and wanted me to see it, and I am so glad that I did. I found not only the music and dancing, but the story set in the jungle of a big city of young black men and a young white man struggling to survive and come up with fulfilling lives, to be a journey that is true to the lives of so many young men and women today in <more>
metropolitan cities in the USA.Duane Adler and Melissa Rosenberg have created a film in STEP UP that just hits your heart and soul with the character development created through the actors music and dance, and the sets and costumes which fit each character. I didn't want this film to end, but the last scene is just the one you wanted to see and feel. With STEP UP, you have a strong story, incredible music, wonderful young actors in a diverse world, and the hope that now their young lives can really begin. Loved this film.
Step Up does justice to its genre by not pulling any stops in delivering a truly enjoyable movie (by jemps918)
Choreographer and now director Anne Fletcher hits the mother lode with this gem of a dance flick! Having painfully seen similar dance-themed teen movies in the past Take the Lead, Save the Last Dance, etc. , Step Up does justice to its genre by not pulling any stops in delivering a truly enjoyable movie. Hindi nagtipid sa pasikat.Unlike similar movies where the audience agonizingly waits through scene after scene of boredom for a grand dance finale which usually fails to enthrall anyway , Step Up treats the audience to several impressive, memorable sequences thoughtfully scattered <more>
throughout the movie. Finally, we are entertained by a dance flick where the leads Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum are both beautiful to watch, have good chemistry enough to sustain the kilig factor and can really deliver the moves.Dewan is a superb dancer; she has a fabulously fit body, not the anorexic ballerina type, and she dons her outfits exceptionally well for someone who's only 5'3". It was also amazing to watch such a tall, gorgeous man like Tatum move the way he does it must help that the boy knows his Kung Fu! . His deadpan facial expression makes his line deliveries unexpectedly funny. The supporting cast also amply sustains the rest of the story. Step Up churns out enough high points that you pardon its hiccuppy subplots and scene-stealing extras.
I thought this movie was really good. I'll admit the acting may not have been to it's full potential.. but I still thought it was pretty good. The movie is based on dancing and overall I thought the technique was very good. The talent displayed in this movie is extraordinary. The movie has romance, comedy, tragedy, and nearly everything else you would want in a good movie. The music in this movie is also really good. I would say this movie is well worth the money I spent. Step Up is inspirational and was everything I was expecting it to be. I'd highly recommend seeing it. If you <more>
enjoyed the movie Save The Last Dance this is probably a good movie for you. I found this movie to be very uplifting.
A Wonderful and Delightful Surprise (by claudio_carvalho)
In Baltimore, the troublemaker and street dancer Tyler Gage Channing Tatum lives with his foster parents in an Afro-American lower class neighborhood. His best friends are Mac Carter Damaine Radcliff and his little brother Skinny Carter De'Shawn Washington and they use to hang around together, going to parties and stealing cars. After being expelled of a party, the trio breaks in the Maryland School of Arts and commits vandalism, destroying the stage. Tyler is arrested and sentenced to 200 hours of community service in the school and Director Gordon Rachel Griffiths assigns him to <more>
help the janitor cleaning the place. One afternoon, the ballet dancer Nora Clark Jenna Dewan sees Tyler dancing in the parking area and when her partner Andrew Tim Lacatena has a strain and Tyler offers to help her in the choreography, she accepts the offer; they rehearsal and become close to each other while Tyler becomes friend of the students Miles Darby Mario and Lucy Avila Drew Sidora . When Andrew returns, Tyler that is known for quitting everything he starts gives up dancing and leaves Nora alone. After an incident, Tyler has to decide to follow his dream or return to his life of rebel loser. "Step Up" was a wonderful and delightful surprise for me. The heartwarming romantic story shows a perfect chemistry between Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan, supported by a magnificent cast and awesome songs and choreographies of dance. There are also drama and tragedy, funny moments and I recalled Alan Parker's "Fame" and "Center Stage" with the students following their dreams in an art school. The characters are nice, the actors and actresses are excellent and I have really loved this movie. My vote is eight.Title Brazil : "Ela Dança, Eu Danço" "She Dances, I Dance"
Great dancing & soundtrack... fun teen dance movie. (by Annakin)
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are hot hot hot. Absurdly pretty, and they can both dance. While a teen dance movie was not my #1 choice, it was a pretty enjoyable film. No big surprises, but it fulfilled what it set out to do with admirable skill and pace. The 'white-boy hood' character threads were well executed by the extremely handsome Tatum- as the 'White Hood Kid' can be a character that is very hard to swallow and easy to play terribly. While there is lots of dancing, there is not so much that the whole film feels like a support structure to display dancing, which would <more>
bore me to tears. Mario is interesting to watch and has good arcs. I have a crush on Rachel Griffiths so I'm biased there, but one of the few faults in the movie is her character evolves unrealistically... she develops into a place of compassion from one of hate without much to make that change. All and all, a surprisingly fun movie.